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[audio]Civic Space Skils Share: Themes - Multiple
This is a skills share on using themes in CivicSpace/Drupal. It was convened by Gregory Heller (http://www.GregoryHeller.com) for the benefit of the CivicSpace user community on June 14th, 2005 at 7pm Eastern. THere was a compnaion IRC chat script which can be found at http://gregoryheller.com/taxonomy/term/18
Keywords: Conference Proceedings
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[audio]net.congestion :: [The Art of Making Money] - net.congestion
With the new reign of globalised neoliberalism, countries with a tradition of government support for the arts are forced to cut budgets. Some online artists are making money selling their content to advertisers online, while others give away their product to the "public domain." Can artists create authentic and unbiased work in a hyper-competitive marketplace? Can a balance be struck between the financial needs of the creator and the market demands of the consumer that respects the creative proc...
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[audio]Veni Markovski @ WOS 3 - Audio - WOS3 Stream Team
Wizards of OS 3. The Future of the Digital Commons Panel: Internet Freedom goes East I. Free Software in East and Southeast Europe Veni Markovski Chairman of the Board, Internet Society Bulgaria (ISOC) & Bulgarian Country Coordinator for the Global Internet Policy Initiative (GIPI), Sofia
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1993: Dealing With Adult GIF Images Online - Greg Ryan, Shari Steele, Larry Wood, Lee Noga, Jim Maxey
BBSCON 1993 Broadmoor Hotel - Colorado Springs, Colorado Dealing with Adult GIF Images Online Greg Ryan, Exec PC (Moderator) August 27, 1993 - 10:45am, Ballroom A panelled discussion at One BBSCON regarding Adult images on BBSes, the legal considerations, and protection against the heavily varying laws of the country. Includes a question and answer session. The panel for this talk included Greg Ryan of Exec PC, Shari Steele of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Larry Wood of Compuserve, L...
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1994: TBBS UltraChat: Bob Hartman - Bob Hartman
BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA TBBS Ultrachat Bob Hartman, eSoft August 18-21 1994 Bob Hartman, vice president of research and development at eSoft goes over the UltraChat product for TBBS. Ultrachat is a module that allows heavily customized chat offerings for a TBBS system. The session is a relatively short reading of the features of UltraChat by Hartman, followed by many questions from the audience; an excellent demonstration of the kinds of technical questions BBS Sy...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1993: History and Lore of the BBS - Ward Christensen, Nick Anis, Chuck Forsberg
BBSCON 1993 Broadmoor Hotel - Colorado Springs, Colorado History and Lore of the BBS (How it Began - The First BBS) Ward Christensen, CBBS (Moderator) August 27, 1993 - 1:30pm (Ballroom) Ward Christensen (creator of XMODEM and co-creator of the first BBS, CBBS), Chuck Forsberg (creator of YMODEM and ZMODEM) and Nick Anis (Associate of John Dvorak and publisher of many books on technology and other subjects) hold a free-form reminiscence and discussion of old-time technology issues...
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1994: Corporate Applications of BBSs - Scott Brinker - Scott Brinker
BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA Corporate Applications of BBSs Scott Brinker August 17-21 1994 Scott Brinker of Galacticomm gives a presentation on the use of BBSes within a corporate environment, and the advantages of an internal BBS as a communication channel. Medium Note: The questions asked by the audience are largely unintelligible on the audio track. Scott Brinker's responses are usually contextual enough to figure out what was asked.
Keywords: Conference Proceedings
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[audio]BBS Documentary Preview: DEFCON MIX - Jason Scott
After three years of production, director Jason Scott showed 16 minutes of footage from his upcoming documentary on Bulletin Board Systems, "BBS: The Documentary". In this audio recording of the talk, Jason describes the steps that led him to this project, the reasoning behind doing it, and some of the more entertaining and informative lessons he learned from it. The footage itself only makes a short appearance in this recording (the opening music and closing music are included), but the questio...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1994: System Operator Responsibilities - Lance Rose, Pete Kennedy, Mike Godwin
BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA BBS Law Talk #4: Responsibilities of System Operators Lance Rose, Pete Kennedy and Mike Godwin August 17-21 1994 Covers the responsibilities and legal issues for a System Operator. Moderated by Lance Rose, Attorney and board member of ONE, Inc., organizers of ONE BBSCON. Two panel members are: Pete Kennedy, Trial Lawyer, Austin, TX. Represented Steve Jackson Games for the seizure of the SJ Games BBS in the case against the Secret Service...
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1993: NAPLPS: Universal Graphics for BBSs to the Internet - Dave Hughes - Dave Hughes
BBSCON 1993 Broadmoor Hotel - Colorado Springs, Colorado NAPLPS - Universal Graphics for BBSs to the Internet Dave Hughes, Old Colorado City Communications August 27, 1993 - 1:30pm, Oval Room From the ONE BBSCON Information Packet: NAPLPS- The North American Presentation Level Protocol syntax, is an international standard for the presentation of animated text and graphics in an interactive telecommunications environment on any network, to and from any micro...
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1994: TBBS: Future Directions - Phil Becker, Bob Hartman
BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA TBBS: Future Directions Phil Becker and Bob Hartman, eSoft August 17-21 1994 Phil Becker and Bob Hartman of eSoft present information about upcoming features and changes to ESoft's flagship product, TBBS. This talk primarily consists of Becker describing features and goals of the upcoming versions of TBBS to an audience of TBBS customers, with the assistance of his head of engineering, Bob Hartman...
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1994: Missiles Into Modems - Bob Davis, Dr. James Carriger, William Curdy
BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA Missiles Into Modems Bob Davis, Dr. James Carriger, William Curdy August 17-21 1994 The actual title is "From Missiles to Modems", but is listed everywhere else as "into". The three presenters tell the story of the creation of the "Team Net" BBS, a BBS for the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Port Hueneme, California. Besides the actual history of the Team Net BBS, they also give a general overview of the experience of working with the gover...
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1994: Business Aspects of Pay BBSes - Kevin Behrens, Norm Henke, Greg Ryan, Kathy Sussell, Tess Heder, Dan Linton, Andy Keeves
BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA BBS Success Roundtable: Business Aspects of Pay BBSs Kevin Behrens, Norm Henke, Greg Ryan, Kathy Sussell, Tess Heder, Dan Linton, Andy Keeves August 17-21 1994 Part of a series of talks at BBSCON called "BBS Success Roundtables", in which Sysops of successful professional Bulletin Boards are presented on a panel to answer questions from the audience...
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1994: BBS Success Roundtable III: Creating a Worthwhile Service - Kevin Behrens, Norm Henke, Greg Ryan, Kathy Sussell, Tess Heder, Dan Linton, Andy Keeves
BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA BBS Success Roundtable: Creating a Worthwhile Service Kevin Behrens, Norm Henke, Greg Ryan, Kathy Sussell, Tess Heder, Dan Linton, Andy Keeves August 17-21 1994 Question and Answer panel with successful multi-line BBS sysops answering a variety of questions. This is the third in a series of panel discussions at this ONE BBSCON, and the questions are more generalized...
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[audio]ONE BBSCON 1994: Internet 101 - Mark Graham, Alex Hopmann
BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA Internet 101 Mark Graham, Alex Hopmann August 17-21 1994 Mark Graham is the President of Pandora Systems and involved with a variety of Internet Projects. Alex Hopman is president of ResNova software. The talk provides an initial, non-technical introduction to The Internet. Medium Notes: A loud buzzing accompanies some portions of the talk.
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[audio]Saving Digital History: A Quick and Dirty Guide, by Jason Scott (Hope 2004 Conference) - Jason Scott
From the H2K4 Program: "Knowledge doesn't move forward without history and while there have been many steps to capture the stories, lore, and data of different aspects of computer cultures, a lot of the same mistakes are made over and over. In a fast-paced talk, Jason Scott of textfiles.com busts out some ideas, tools, and mindsets towards halting the loss, bringing the stories back, and making something to build upon instead of throw away...
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[audio]A History of Hacker Conferences (Presentation at Shmoocon 2006) by Jason Scott - Jason Scott
"This con sucks. In fact, every con sucks. Every con was better last year, and that con sucked too." While this sort of discussion takes place at hundreds of bars, hotel rooms and meeting spaces every year, it would be a good thing to have a solid body of knowledge about the history of hacker conferences, their roots and pre-roots, and trends they show as both a cultural event and context in the world...
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[audio]Apple II Pirate Lore by Jason Scott, Presented at Rubicon 5 - Jason Scott
Overview of the Apple II Piracy Community of the early to mid 1980's, presented at the 5th Rubi-Con Conference in Detroit Michigan. Subjects covered include the unique aspects of the Apple II microcomputer architecture and culture, the methods of removing copy protection from software packages of the Apple II, and a very large helping of trivia. To illustrate some aspects of the "crack screens" and other Apple II graphics, an Apple II clone and several programs were provided...
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[audio]Jason Scott and RaD Man (ACiD) - 100 Years of the Computer Art Scene - Jason Scott and RaD Man (ACiD)
Since the first time that machines could calculate, people have twisted, modified, hacked and played with them to create art. In a fast-paced hour, we're going to do our best to capture 100 years of computer art, the magic of the art scene, the demo scene, and a dozen other "scenes" that have been with us as long as computers have. Prepare yourself for a roller coaster of visual and audio history as your two over-the top scene pilots take you on "the story so far" to the artscene.
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[audio]TransAcoustic Festival Seminar - Stella Brennan session - Stella Brennan
TransAcoustic Festival Stella Brennan seminar held at the Auckland Art Gallery Auditorium on Saturday 10th December 2005. Presentation of her paper "Visual Musak - from Lava Lamp to Screensaver" http://www.transacoustic.org.nz/ http://www.stella.net.nz/
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[audio]Amy Alexander - Amy Alexander/audio blog
This audio recording was initially posted as contribution to the media blog of the "Share, Share Widely" (SSW) conference on May 6, 2005. "Share, Share Widely" was organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education
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[audio]Tim O'Reilly - The O'Reilly Radar [ETCON2004] - Tim O'Reilly
Tim O'Reilly says he gets his best ideas by "watching the alpha geeks." In this keynote, Tim and Etech program chair Rael Dornfest introduce you to the thinking and themes behind this year's conference and some of the people and projects they're watching and working with. What these alpha geeks show us are the latest twists and turns of the hacker saga, the innovations that come when people who are comfortable with a particular technology "scratch their own itch." This was a keynote presentation...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; ETCON 2004
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[audio]Steve Brier - T Scholz
"Share, Share Widely" is organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities. Departments are shaped, many positions in this field open up and student interest is massive...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education
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[audio]Tiffany Holmes - T Scholz
"Share, Share Widely" is organized by Trebor Scholz of the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities. Departments are shaped, many positions in this field open up and student interest is massive...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education
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[audio]Thomas Slomka - T Scholz
"Share, Share Widely" is organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities. Departments are shaped, many positions in this field open up and student interest is massive...
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[audio]Trebor Scholz - T Scholz
"Share, Share Widely" is organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities. Departments are shaped, many positions in this field open up and student interest is massive...
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[audio]William H. Janeway: Alternative Venture Models [ETCON2004] - William H. Janeway
[Full title: Alternative Models of the Venture Investing Process] Most IT start-ups are product-driven: the goal is to deliver an innovative product to a defined market. The conventional venture capital model - multiple funding rounds, multiple investors per round - evolved to address the operational risks of this sort of venture. But failure to execute operationally is not the only source of risk; every venture is also subject to volatility in the price and availability of capital due to the vo...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; ETCON 2004
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[audio]Eugene I. Dairianathan and Paul Benedict Lincoln, part2 - Eugene I. Dairianathan and Paul Benedict Lincoln, part2
This audio recording was initially posted as contribution to the media blog of the "Share, Share Widely" (SSW) conference on May 6, 2005. "Share, Share Widely" was organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education
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[audio]Alexander Halavais - T Scholz
This audio recording was initially posted as contribution to the media blog of the "Share, Share Widely" (SSW) conference on May 6, 2005. "Share, Share Widely" was organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education
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[audio]Timothy Druckrey - T Scholz
"Share, Share Widely" is organized by Trebor Scholz of the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities. Departments are shaped, many positions in this field open up and student interest is massive...
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[audio]Pertti Korhonen: Enabling Life Goes Mobile [ETCON2004] - Pertti Korhonen
Nokia is the world leader in mobile communications, driving the growth and sustainability of the broader mobility industry. Nokia is dedicated to enhancing people's lives and productivity by providing easy-to-use and secure products like mobile phones, and solutions for imaging, games, media, mobile network operators, and businesses. Pertti Korhonen's keynote presentation covers how Nokia views mobility and key emerging technologies in a converging world...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; ETCON 2004
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[audio]Brian Goldfarb - Brian Goldfarb/audio blog
This audio recording was initially posted as contribution to the media blog of the "Share, Share Widely" (SSW) conference on May 6, 2005. "Share, Share Widely" was organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education
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[audio]Stephanie Rothenberg - T Scholz
"Share, Share Widely" is organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities. Departments are shaped, many positions in this field open up and student interest is massive...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education
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[audio]Marc Smith: Catalyzing Collective Action on the Net [ETCON2004] - Marc Smith
Got threads? Online communities are among the most popular tools used on the net. However, these tools have had limited refinement over the last two decades and are now reaching their limit of utility, as volumes rise beyond the abilities of mere humans to keep up. This talk will demonstrate several technologies and concepts that show promise as ways to enhance online communities, making them easier to discover and making it easier to select high-quality content, evaluate that content, and motiv...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; ETCON 2004
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[audio]Andrea Polli - T Scholz
"Share, Share Widely" is organized by Trebor Scholz of the Institute for Distributed Creativity in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. newmediaeducation.org Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities. Departments are shaped, many positions in this field open up and student interest is massive...
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[texts]Conference On Environmental Effects On Antenna Performance Vol. II - Wait, James R.
PROCEEDINGS - VOL. II TABLE OF CONTENTS Prolate spheroidal and linear antennas in lossy media (Paper No. 1 from Session II) by R. J. Lytle 8Numerical studies of the effects of non-planar local terrain and ground screens (Paper No. 3 from Session IV) by R. V. Row and D. M. Cunnold 13The current distribution on a finite length dipole in the presence of ground screens (Paper No. 5 from Session IV) by V...
Keywords: Antennas; Conference Proceedings
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[audio]Don Norman: Emotional Design [ETCON2004] - Donald A. Norman
[Full title: Emotional Design: The Principles] Don Norman used to be known as a critic of unusable things but now, he says, he has changed. He has transformed himself into an advocate for pleasurable, enjoyable products. Beauty is good, says Norman. Successful products should a pleasure to use, and convey a positive sense of self, of accomplishment, and pride of ownership. In this keynote address, Norman shares work from his latest book, Emotional Design: Why We Love (or Hate) Everyday Things...
Keywords: ETCON 2004; Conference Proceedings
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[audio]Helen Greiner: Robots - Saving Money, Time and Lives [ETCON2004] - Helen Greiner
Robotic technology saves time, money, and lives -- and is the next big growth market. iRobot's PackBots have inspected caves in Operation Enduring Freedom and cleared buildings in operation Iraqi Freedom, reducing the risk to our soldiers. One iRobot creation, the pyramid rover, has explored ancient tunnels in the Great Pyramid of Egypt where no one had been in 5000 years. The award-winning Roomba Robotic Floorvac, using iRobot's advanced navigation technology with virtually no human assistance,...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; ETCON 2004
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[audio]Heiferman and Seiger - Meetup.com [DigiDemo 2004] - Heiferman and Seiger
Strategists from the Dean campaign note that Meetup and other tools for "on the ground" organizing have been even more important to their success than blogging. Scott Heiferman, founder of Meetup.com, will explain how meetup works, and how it can be used to set up face-to-face meetings for your own local volunteers. Jonah Seiger is Visitng Fellow, Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet at George Washington University...
Keywords: Digital Democracy 2004; Conference Proceedings
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[audio]Wes Boyd - MoveOn.org [DigiDemo 2004] - Wes Boyd
[Full title: MoveOn: Bringing Ordinary People Back into Politics] In five short years, MoveOn.Org has become one of the largest and most effective advocacy organizations in the world, with more than two million members and a unique bottom-up style that allows the members to set the organization's priorities. MoveOn is working to bring ordinary people back into politics. With a system that today revolves around big money and big media, most citizens are left out...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
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[audio]Lebkowsky, Greene, Levin, Seiger and Doctorow - Advocacy As Application [DigiDemo2004] - Lebkowsky, Greene, Levin, Seiger and Doctorow
If we think of democracy as a social/political operating system, advocacy is a key source of "application development," where advocacy groups and processes may be seen as the applications. The Internet can also be seen as an operating system where innovative applications support interactivity and social network development. Currently we see an explosion of activity as the synergy of the two systems is increasingly obvious as campaigns focused on candidates and issues of the day successfully form...
Keywords: Digital Democracy 2004; Conference Proceedings
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[audio]Windley, Chapman and Stotesbury - Electronic Voting [DigiDemo2004] - Windley, Chapman and Stotesbury
[Full title: Electronic Voting and Transparency] The vote counting problems of the election in 2000 created much interest in improved voting systems. The natural inclination of many technologists would be to apply computer technology to the problem, but whether this can be done in a reliable and trustworthy way is a controversial subject. Many respected computer scientists don't think it can be done at all...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
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[audio]Searls, Barrett, Ratcliffe and Suitt - Effective Political Blogging [DigiDemo 2004] - Searls, Barrett, Ratcliffe and Suitt
Blogging is the voice of the revolution. Unscripted, bottom up -- blogging lets people on the ground tell their own stories -- while syndication technology gives wide readership and lets news and insights bubble up to the top. This session will teach participants the essentials of successful blogging. What works. What doesn't. How to track the conversation flow and measure the impact of your own contributions using tools like feedster, technorati, blogdex and daypop...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
Downloads: 512
[audio]Joe Trippi - Down from the Mountain [DigiDemo 2004] - Joe Trippi
Joe Trippi, the man whose ground-breaking use of Internet-based campaigning propelled Howard Dean from obscurity to early front-runner, takes Teach-In participants inside the campaign's unconventional experiment in Internet politics, and looks at both victories and lessons learned. The other candidates are rushing to emulate Trippi's Internet strategy--as Wired News declared, "Internet politics is dead...
Keywords: Digital Democracy 2004; Conference Proceedings
Downloads: 1,956
[audio]Joe Trippi Q&A w/Ed Cone [DigiDemo 2004] - Joe Trippi, Ed Cone
This is the question-and-answer session that followed Joe Trippi's keynote presentation. Ed Cone, senior writer for Ziff-Davis' Baseline, moderates. [recorded live at the O'Reilly Digital Democracy Teach-In] Recorded at the O'Reilly Digital Democracy Teach-In held in San Diego, California, February 9, 2004. Recording courtesy of O'Reilly & Associates and IT Conversations. A complete transcript of this and other sessions is available on the IT Conversations web site.
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
Downloads: 221
[audio]Gillmor, Jarvis and Rosen - Gatekeepers No More? [DigiDemo 2004] - Gillmor, Jarvis and Rosen
[Full title: Gatekeepers No More? The Grassroots Challenges the Journalistic Priesthood] Professional journalists have been the chief gatekeepers of news about political campaigns and governmental operations. That's changing, fast, as the Internet and other technical tools open up a variety of avenues for other participants in the information process. Campaign blogs are only one such avenue. MoveOn.org's invitation to the public to come up with anti-Bush advertisements showed the way toward a de...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
Downloads: 1,268
[audio]Jon Cates - Jon Cates
This audio recording was initially posted as contribution to the media blog of the "Share, Share Widely" (SSW) conference on May 6, 2005. "Share, Share Widely" was organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education; new media
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[audio]Paul Vanouse - Paul Vanouse
This audio recording was initially posted as contribution to the media blog of the "Share, Share Widely" (SSW) conference on May 6, 2005. "Share, Share Widely" was organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities...
Keywords: art; Education; Conference Proceedings; new media
Downloads: 206
[audio]Kenneth Fields - Kenneth Fields
This audio recording was initially posted as contribution to the media blog of the "Share, Share Widely" (SSW) conference on May 6, 2005. "Share, Share Widely" was organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education; new media; China
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[audio]Shawn Rider - Shawn Rider
This audio recording was initially posted as contribution to the media blog of the "Share, Share Widely" (SSW) conference on May 6, 2005. "Share, Share Widely" was organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Office of the Associate Provost for Instructional Technology and the New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Background: Over the past ten years new-media art programs have been started at universities...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; art; Education; new media
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